Fish Guide

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dusk herald
69    M (2) 
The dusk herald is a fair-sized fish commonly found in the One River.

[Suitable for display in aquariums tier 2 and higher.]

glaring perch
69    
This freshwater perch is found up and down the One River.

Abalathian pipira
69    
While given the modifier Abalathian, this particular pipira will not be found in the Spine's western or even central regions, preferring the biting salty waters of the Lochs.

steel loach
69    
The steel loach's scintillant silver body reflects sunlight in a manner that makes the fish difficult to spot in its native Loch Seld.

ivory sole
69    
The whitish grey skin of this large flatfish allows it to hide itself on the bottom of Loch Seld with such efficiency that for years Ala Mhigans thought the species extinct.

motley beakfish
70    
A striped carnivore that hunts the Ruby Sea.

thousandfang
70    
A rare, sea-dwelling scalekin infamous for its gaping maw lined with multiple rows of blade-like teeth, though official observations by scholars put the fang count at no more than a few score.

ichthyosaur
70    L (4) 
Let not its dolphin-like appearance fool you. The ichthyosaur is a ravenous scalekin that feeds on squid, fish, and the occasional man overboard.

[Suitable for display in aquariums tier 3 and higher.]

sailfin
70    
A unique saltwater fish featuring astonishingly overgrown dorsal and anal fins.

fangshi
70    
An extremely rare freshwater fish whose face is covered in countless whisker-like protrusions.

flamefish
70    
This large freshwater fish's skin features brilliant streaks of fiery yellow and orange.

fickle krait
70    
Special glands within the fickle krait's body create a deadly poison feared by fishers and coveted by assassins.

eternal eye
70    
This tiny species' skin exhibits a violet hue rarely seen in freshwater fish.

soul of the stallion
70    
A rare white freshwater fish believed to harbor the soul of a once-proud steppe stallion.

flood tuna
70    
The descendants of sea tuna believed by scholars to have arrived in Loch Seld during the great flood that ended the Fifth Astral Era.

mercenary crab
70    
This heavily armored crab is one of few species adapted to the hypersalinated waters of Loch Seld.

ashfish
70    
A pigmentless fish found solely in Loch Seld.

silken sunfish
70    
A rare breed of sunfish that can survive only in waters exhibiting extreme salinity.

mosasaur
70    
An aggressive scalekin native to the saline waters of Loch Seld.

tiny tatsunoko
70    
If the Hingan word for sea horse is tatsunoko, would that make this a sea pony? Your little sea pony?

Use item to acquire the tiny tatsunoko minion.

cardinalfish
70   Lakes 
A freshwater fish easily recognizable for its vivid black and white stripes.

A freshwater fish, so named for its resemblance to the vestments worn by the cardinals of Ishgard's orthodox faith.
rockfish
70   Lakes 
Despite the insistence of fishers raised on colorful local folklore, the massive knob atop this freshwater fish's head does not contain hidden treasure.

This fish is covered in lumpy protrusions and attaches itself to riverbeds with a sucker-like abdominal fin. In a somewhat disappointing discovery, naturalists found that the skin of a rockfish is far less rigid than its stony appearance would suggest.
ukiki
70   Deep Sea 
Its Hingan name roughly translating to “floating tree,” this variety of Eastern sunfish neither floats nor is a tree.

This variety of Eastern sunfish makes its home in the Ruby Sea. Local fisherfolk named it for its passing resemblance to a floating log, though outsiders struggle to see the similarities.
violet prismfish
70 ★  Lakes M (2) 
The pale violet glow emitted by this freshwater fish is believed to be caused by unbalanced levels of aspected aether in the wavekin's humours.

[Suitable for display in aquariums tier 2 and higher.]

Upon sensing a threat to its safety, this vibrantly colored fish discharges a weak jolt of lightning-aspected energy. Though far from lethal, the sudden shock has caused many an unwary fisherman to inadvertently release his precious catch.
guppy
70   Lakes S (1) 
This tiny fish once found throughout the Three Great Continents has been harvested to near extinction, and is now prized by pisciculturists.

[Suitable for display in aquariums tier 1 and higher.]

The rainbow-like shimmer of this freshwater fish is highly prized by aquarium enthusiasts. The name is said to be derived from the Sharlayan naturalist who first discovered it, though references to any scholarly “Guppy” have never been officially confirmed.


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